David Pallman of Neudesic talks about Windows Azure

Bytes by TechNet Interview: David Pallman and Chris Henley:  Join Chris Henley, Sr. IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft, and David Pallmann, GM of Custom App Development at Neudesic, as they discuss Windows Azure. David is a Windows Azure MVP, author and leads the Windows Azure Practice at Neudesic, helping customers get onto the cloud. David…

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Is the Cloud “Risky, Unreliable, and Dumb?” Hear Dave Nielsen’s answer to this and other intriguing questions in this Bytes by TechNet Interview.

I interviewed Dave Nielsen during TechEd and the first question I asked him was “Is the cloud really “Risky, Unreliable, and Dumb?” His insights are very valuable.  Spend a few minutes watching this video and then check out one of Dave’s Cloud Camps near you.  Video Downloads WMV (Zip) | WMV | iPod | MP4…

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Try Windows Azure Free for 30 Days

Tomorrow on my “How to Build a Private Cloud” webcast I will share with the attendees a  code that will allow them (and you) to try Windows Azure (SQL Azure too) free for 30 days.  The cool thing about this particular trial is that you will NOT need to supply a credit card in order…

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Video: Virtualization 101 Part 4 of 4

The ultimate end of virtualization is the cloud.  Public cloud, Private Cloud, Dedicated Cloud there is a lot of discussion about what cloud is and is not.  Windows Azure is really virtualization in the cloud.  Listen to this session as we discuss some of the basics of how Microsoft has become one of the worlds…

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Windows Server in an Amazon Cloud

This week Microsoft began allowing the modification of the terms of some of its Enterprise licensing agreements to allow large customers in the United States to run their Windows Servers in the Amazon Cloud.  Larry Dignan at ZDNET posted a great article on the details of the process and the potential costs of this operation.  …

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Cloud Services : The Bet for Microsoft!

1969 was really an important year, I was born, Woodstock, a man on the moon, and of course the internet.  If there are roots to our current technical opportunities they go all the way back to 1969.  Steve Ballmer spoke to a group of students and faculty (as well as a world wide webcast audience)…

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